US-based Entrepreneur magazine has relaunched its India edition after a gap of three years. While earlier, the magazine was licensed by Network18 group, it is now associated with Franchise India. The edition was inaugurated by Minister of State for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Rajiv Pratap Rudy.
Speaking at the occasion, Rudy, says, "The Prime Minister is looking seriously towards entrepreneurship and that is why he has created this new Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship. This is a magazine that needs to be studied well by young and old business people."
Speaking on the partnership with Entrepreneur Media, Gaurav Marya, chairman, Franchise India, says, "Franchise India has worked with millions of entrepreneurs in the last 17 years. We have partnered with Entrepreneur Media, which has been doing the same work globally from the past 40 years, with the vision to provide a global platform to Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem."
Ryan Shea, president & COO of Entrepreneur Media USA was also present on the occasion. He says, "India is the country of entrepreneurs, they are everywhere, starting from the streets to fancy offices, shaping world-class businesses. We look forward to working closely with Indian entrepreneurs, startups to bridge the knowledge gap, supply them with investment opportunities, technological know-how to improve their strength and provide a platform to build strategic partnership."
The content will be focussed to develop the sustaining entrepreneurial ecosystem within the Indian market and provide global outlook to the readers. The magazine claims to have a global circulation of over six million, while the website receives more than six million unique visitors each month. It publishes 12 issues annually, under license agreement in USA, China, Mexico, Middle East, Philippines, South Africa and now, India.